(C) = Club Facilities.
(G) = Grandstand Facilities.
Ayr Racecourse is the premier racecourse in Scotland and home to
both the Coral Scottish Grand National and William Hill (Ayr) Gold
Enjoy the excitement and thrills of a day at the races in our
fine dining restaurants or stylish well appointed bars and sample
first class jumps racing and quality flat racing from the comfort
of our excellent facilities.
The Champagne Bar (C) adjacent to the Mumm
Champagne Gardens (C) offers a variety of bubbly
at affordable prices. The well appointed bar is a popular meeting
place and is seen to best effect on our busy days. Indeed on Saints
and Sinners Night and Ladies' Night the whole area is buzzing and
when the sun shines many sit out in the Gardens quaffing their
Seasons (C) adjacent to the Weighing Room
offers quality food and a base for the day and has a wonderful
atmosphere being so close to the hub of the racecourse - the
Weighing Room and the Parade Ring.
On the first floor of the Princess Royal Stand are two bars -
the Horseshoe (C) and The Furlong
(C) both extremely popular with racegeoers and
where after racing a band or disco play.
In addition to the bars there is also the Silks Cafe Bistro
(C) serving main meals, sandwiches and hot and
cold snacks, tea, coffee and soft drinks.
A popular bar near to the Paddock Area is the Be Friendly
(G) which is open at all the big meetings and a
more recent addition to the facilities at the top racecourse in
Scotland is the Grandstand Sports Bar (G) which
includes three bars and the popular Colours Cafe
(G) where you can buy a large selection of hot and
cold meals and snacks, tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes and
pastries. There is also a Betting Shop within the facility.
Within the Grandstand Enclosure there are also The Cree Lodge
and Courtyard Bars (G) within easy distance of the
For fast food on big racedays the Courtyard Food Court
(G) located outside the Grandstand Sports Bar has
on offer burgers, softs drinks and confectionery.